Try IPoC for Easy-to-Use CME
Strapped for time and need the latest information about how to treat acute stroke? IPoC is your accredited answer. IPoC is a self-directed, online learning tool that provides a convenient and easy way for physicians to earn CME by documenting a clinical question, background sources consulted and how the topic applies to their practice. Earn CME credit for Acute Stroke Treatment: New Evidence and Opportunities or Preventing Recurrent Stroke: Targets for Managing Risk now.
National Public Health Stroke Summit Begins Now!
National Stroke Association’s popular National Public Health Stroke Summit is going online in 2010! This new Web-based format provides the opportunity for more public health professionals than ever before to participate in this engaging stroke education program.
The live webinar series starts on Monday, October 25 – so visit the Summit’s social networking site today to register and to network with fellow participants.
The Business of Stroke Webinar Series
Don’t miss The Business of Stroke series focusing on critical components relating to optimizing clinical and fiscal stroke center performance. Learn more »
Building the Case for a Primary Stroke Center
Wende Fedder, RN, MBA and Phil Gorelick, MD, MPH, FACP
Stroke Center Profitability: Advanced Administrative Issues
Timothy J. Shephard, PhD and Jennifer Boynton Smith
Stroke Center Operations and Marketing
Elizabeth Pendry, BSN, RN and Debbie Lombardi Hill
The Business of Stroke Expert Panel Discussion
All six presenting faculty listed above
Take Your Practice to the Next Level
Are You a Rehab Professional Charged with Doing More with Less?
The Stroke Rehabilitation and Recovery Network (SRN) is your solution to the challenge of meeting growing expectations with limited resources.
Join us for an informational webinar on Thursday, October 21, at 3 p.m. EDT for an overview of SRN member benefits and answers to your questions. Register at www.stroke.org/srn.
An SRN membership can provide the professionals in your organization with the tools they need to balance competing priorities while continuing to provide high-quality care.